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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Brazilian immigration in Spain: features, singularities and influence of historical ties
Author: Masanet, E
Baeninger, R
Mateo, MA
Abstract: The article presents the main features and specifications of recent Brazilian immigration in Spain in relation to some dimensions of their migratory path: the reasons for the choice of migration destination, entry strategies and regulation in the country, the process of adaptation in the host society and the labor insertion in the Spanish context; in addition to describe the socio-demographic profile of the Brazilian population in Spain. The study is based on primary data obtained through in-depth interviews in the society of origin and the destination, as well as statistical data. The research results highlight, among others, relations between the migratory processes of the past and present, between Brazil and Spain.
Subject: Brazilian immigration
Spain
migratory path
migration destination
adaptation process
work placement
historical ties
Country: México
Editor: Univ Autonoma Estado Mexico
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2012
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